How to Make Easter Flower Arrangements


Floral arrangements can always brighten up any table no matter the occasion, and Easter is an especially wonderful time to make up flower arrangements with the many abundantly colorful spring flowers that are available. Making Easter arrangements is as easy as choosing any spring flower such as tulips, daffodils or lilies, and adding candy and decorated eggs to bring a whimsical touch to your dining table.

Step 1

Choose any spring flower such as tulips, daffodils or lilies that are in four-inch pots. For this arrangement you will need approximately four to six potted plants depending on the size of the container you use. Although you can mix and match plants, it often looks best to stick with one kind of flower.

Step 2

Pick a container to use to hold the flower arrangement. An Easter basket or wooden tray works well. The container should be able to hold four to six, four-inch potted plants.

Step 3

Place some of the craft grass in the bottom of the container and then set the potted flowers on top of the grass arranging as desired. Put more grass around the pots covering the top of each pot.

Step 4

Lay decorated Easter eggs, real or plastic, over the grass in the container. Finish by adding Easter candy such as chocolate bunnies, eggs or jelly beans.

Things You'll Need

  • Potted tulips, daffodils, or lilies
  • Easter basket
  • Craft grass
  • Eggs
  • Candy


  • Art of Floral Arranging; Johnson; 2007
Keywords: Easter flower arrangements, holiday floral, floral centerpieces

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Amy Madtson has been writing primarily childbirth-related articles for 15 years. Her experience includes teaching childbirth education and providing labor assistance since 1993, and her goal is to educate women about their options during the childbearing years. Madston's writings have appeared in both online sources and local area publications.